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New rules will come into force on Monday to make it easier for family and friends to meet outdoors, First Minister Mark Drakeford announced as he set out further changes to the coronavirus regulations in Wales.
The Welsh Government is investing £53 million to help Wales’ diverse culture sector deal with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, the Deputy Minister for Culture, Sport and Tourism, Lord Dafydd Elis-Thomas, has announced.
The Welsh Government today pledged to support everyone to find work, education or training or help to start their own business as it launched a £40m skills and jobs fund.
Wales largest ever flu campaign, which will see more people benefit from the free flu vaccine programme has been announced.
With more people than ever facing financial hardship due to the coronavirus crisis, Finance Minister Rebecca Evans is urging everyone to check if they are eligible for help with paying their council tax bills.
The Welsh Government has today published updated guidance to support higher education, further education and work based providers as they continue to prepare for the autumn term and beyond.
A series of priority actions to support Wales’ world class food and drink industry recover from the impact of Covid19 have been jointly published by the Welsh Government and the Food and Drink Wales Industry Board.
A Torfaen man is riding high after receiving Welsh Government support to launch a bicycle repair business during the coronavirus lockdown.
The Welsh Government has confirmed that people wanting to complete the Drink Drive Rehabilitation Scheme will be able to complete the programme entirely online, on a temporary basis.
Multilingual information about coronavirus symptoms, testing and contact tracing.
Practical resources to help employers keep their workforce safe at work
Education Minister Kirsty Williams has set out her proposals for teacher pay in Wales.
The Deputy Minister for Housing and Local Government, Hannah Blythyn, has launched a consultation on the Welsh Government’s proposals to ban a range of single use plastic items.
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A campaign is underway aimed at informing the general public and critical workers of the Welsh Government’s Test, Trace, Protect strategy. The website has been updated with the latest information on the strategy, including guidance for employers (https://gov.wales/test-trace-protect-coronavirus).
New video and animated social assets have been produced for use across paid-for campaigns and for stakeholders to share through their own channels. The assets are available to download here
Please disseminate these to your networks and use across your social media channels to help share information on Test, Trace, Protect.